Palladium Promises Luncheon Supports the Non-Profits of Our Community
Palladium Promises Luncheon Supports the Non-Profits of Our Community

Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate Supports Non-Profits

The Palladium Properties annual Palladium Promises luncheon  supports the non-profits of our community. This event occurs on November 29th at Chair 9 in The Little Nell.

With a devotion to supporting the non-profits of our community, Palladium Properties cleverly gathers together influential business professionals in the Roaring Fork Valley to discuss their most beloved organizations and pledge their support. Pledges at Palladium Promises are made privately in vouchers denoting the charity donated to and the reasons for donating, as well as the monetary value. Pledges may be made anonymously if preferred. It’s a beautifully intimate afternoon of connecting and supporting others, and a concept that works; In 2016 Palladium Promises raised $6,500, in 2017 they tripled that amount raising $19,720 at their luncheon that presented non-profit organizations headed by women. Nearly 70 women gathered at Chair 9 over a delicious lunch while representatives from each organization gave a short and compelling speech about their organization. Every attendee was given a Promise Card in which they were able to donate any monetary amount to any or all organizations.

Sponsored by Krista Klees and the Palladium Properties family, their promise as a company is to make their core value one that gives back to the community above and beyond running a successful real estate company.

[su_quote cite=”Palladium Properties Owner and Founder, Krista Klees” url=”https://www.aspenreallife.com/2018/09/19/aspen-chapel-minister-nicholas-vesey-talks-about-spirituality-in-business/”]When we started Palladium Properties, we envisioned a real estate company with heart, devoted to a strong sense of community and philanthropy.[/su_quote]

Palladium Promises Luncheon Supported Non-Profits

This year’s highlighted non-profits include; Aspen Youth Center, providing a free safe, fun, facility for our youth in the valley and offering engaging quality programs to children and adolescents in grades four through twelve. Aspen Youth Center’s third annual Family Feud fundraiser is February 8th at The Hotel Jerome; Windwalkers, a therapeutic riding and learning center where horses and caring professionals help individuals with challenges, and their families, grow and thrive; Superhero Moms; Bridging Bionics, providing access to bionic rehabilitation technology for all individuals challenged with neurological mobility impairments (vote for Amanda Boxtel CNN Hero of the Year); and the Aspen Hope Center, providing a specific array of services designed to decrease the stress of navigating the convoluted system of mental health and most importantly, to tighten the reins on the gaps found in the services provided in the valley.

Other philanthropic Palladium Properties efforts have included; contributing to the Roaring Fork Conservancy; sponsoring the Art Base; the Lucky Day Animal Rescue Doggy Day & Splash; and The Taste of Basalt. You can read more HERE.

Nonprofit organizations who have benefited from Palladium Properties’ philanthropic efforts include:

ACES

Adopting Angels

American Society of Landscape Architects

Aspen Animal Shelter

Aspen Education Foundation

Aspen Hope Center

Aspen School District

Aspen Young Professionals Association

Buddy Program

Challenge Aspen

Colorado Women’s Education Foundation

Early Learning Center

English In Action

Forest Conservancy

Hospice of the Valley

Lucky Day

Mind Springs Health

Mountain Family Health Centers

Pathfinders

Peterson Hospice

RESPONSE

Roaring Fork Leadership

Windwalkers

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